CRIME a Worry

The following is a post to a T&T YahooGroup to which Barbados Underground is subscribed. Take note of the following disclaimer. The BU household has replaced “T&T” with Barbados, “Keith and Kamla” with Freundel and Mia, “PNM and UNC” with DLP and BLP

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Credit: Colonel Buggy

…. they admit the main reason for our crime problem is the free flow of guns & drugs and the massive money laundering by white-collar criminals running the narco trade in Barbados, and they cooperate to solve this problem.

If they don’t, then you can take it the bank that these two will never be able to solve the crime problem and will continue to support ineffective, stupid, useless, and VERY COSTLY programmes that continue to maintain the eat-ah-food parasites of all parties who continue to eat while blood flows, especially that of the foot soldiers.

You will hear more legalese talk than real action to solve the real crime problem and go after the real crime bosses. Lawyers and politicians who are advised by lawyers believe the solution to all problems is more LEGALESE, EVEN THOUGH we have a plethora of good laws (bad ones, too) on the books but we can’t implement any damn thing in this country.

Like most problems, anywhere, you have to go to the source to solve it. Anything else is crap. You cannot real with guns & drugs & dirty money when the nation is flooded with these and you allow more to come in! Why is that hard to understand,. eh?  You seizing a gun every day, if even that, but more and more come in all the time. Guns & drugs come in and leave in shipping containers yet you are not increasing patrols & monitoring as well as scanning at ports etc?  But, now and then you seizing a few pounds of ganga or a few ounces of cocaine, and you say we getting there, we finally making progress in this battle, really? Who yuh fooling?

When the the Government and Opposition come together to reduce the free flow of guns & drugs, tackle the money laundering and white-collar crimes, and bring the Defence Force out to help the Police in more patrols all over the country, more temporary and permanent Army/police posts, more control of the roads and highways to restrict movement of criminals (they have to move),  genuine CCTV that actually work and monitored by real people all over the country but first in strategic locations, more coastal stations and patrols, more scanning at points of entry and random checks of containers all over the place……. then you could say Freundel and Mia getting serious about crime. But that might happen when cock get teeth or pigs fly or ….

Until then, it’s all a pappyshow that fools no once except the dwindling band of DLP & BLP lackeys and eat-ah-fooders who are too blind to see what is happening.

One wonders why successive governments AND THE PEOPLE OF Barbados have not tackled the growing narco trade that is now destroying Barbados? Is it that everyone has a price? Is it now all ah we iz corrupt? Is it that the narco trade has permeated every sector, every village, and every block in Barbados so all ah we in it? Why is it that people offer all manner of solutions for crime but never admit the real problem and suggest solutions to tackle the real problem? Why is it that successive governments and the people of Barbados do not want assistance from USA, Canada, Europe and others who have expertise and experience in this and are willing to help us? Some years ago, a government official said we have nothing to really worry about narco trade since it just “pass thru” here, so let them do dey ting and we have no problem. Naive. Stupid. Dangerous. Is it that such opinions are still prevalent among the leaders & elites in Barbados? One has to wonder…..and then die.

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126 Comments on “CRIME a Worry”

  1. David September 5, 2016 at 6:55 AM #

    @Dee Word

    Do not worry about it, our politicians will be able to explain it away without the bat of an eyelid. It is what politicians nowadays do. Needless to say we do not hold them accountable.


  2. Well Well & Consequences September 5, 2016 at 7:08 AM #


  3. Well Well & Consequences September 5, 2016 at 7:18 AM #

    Oops…my bad, I thought it would take a few days, but ah guess social media already have a big jump on the why, how, when, where and becsuse of whom……the police officer alledgedly committed suicide…


  4. Anonymouse - TheGazer September 5, 2016 at 8:20 AM #

    “How long before they shut down completely this ‘fore-day morning’ frolic!”

    Doesn’t matter what the authorities do. People with sense are staying far away from pre-labour and labour day activities.


  5. Sargeant September 5, 2016 at 9:45 AM #

    “Two people dead, two wounded in J’Ouvert parade shootings in Brooklyn”.
    The open nature of these parades ensures that people on the periphery can cause havoc and use the crowd to cover their antics and it is difficult to control that. I would no sooner attend a parade than subject myself to a lobotomy and in my Salad days it was child’s play to leave work on Friday PM and drive all night to NYC to see various friends and acquaintances along the parade route (pre social network days) and make the return trip on Monday evening. In previous years the authorities in NYC have been accused of turning a blind eye to the possibility of “issues” during the parade because of the make- up of the participants but that has changed in recent years with a large Police presence.

    The Caribana parade in TO has also been marred by violence as people settle scores.

    Looks like the only parades that one can “safely’ attend are Macy’s, St. Patrick’s or Santa Claus.


  6. ac September 5, 2016 at 10:06 AM #

    Anonymouse – TheGazer September 5, 2016 at 8:20 AM #

    “How long before they shut down completely this ‘fore-day morning’ frolic!”

    And why should they shut it down?
    …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….Doesn’t matter what the authorities do. People with sense are staying far away from pre-labour and labour day activities.


    and those who choose to go does not have sense? is that what your are sayng


  7. David September 5, 2016 at 12:51 PM #

    Interesting afternoon news report about AG Brathwaite’s assurance that there is a solution to the gun problem. Did he say solution?



  8. mitchlans September 5, 2016 at 3:38 PM #

    Of course “there is a solution”. But if he thinks he is going to be able to convince anyone to round up the gun runners, importers and sellers (the names of whom he already knows perfectly well) and throw them in Dodds, or initiate nationwide raids to recover those weapons already in the country, then he either forgot to take his Lithium this morning, or he has just signalled an early election.


  9. David September 5, 2016 at 3:47 PM #

    Bear in mind what is playing out on our streets to has been germanting over many years. Who to blame? Check the nearest mirror.



  10. millertheannunaki September 5, 2016 at 4:28 PM #

    @ mitchlans September 5, 2016 at 3:38 PM

    As our loveable BU curmudgeon Bushie would say: ‘Skippa, you are too perspicacious for your own good’.

    Just think about the illegal importation of ‘condemned’ chicken wings and you paint the perfect Mona Lisa type similarity of corruption and cover up. Just can’t touch the fellas who pay the piper and fund the elections. Come on, you know politicians hardly pull their own pockets to fund general elections.

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  11. Well Well & Consequences September 5, 2016 at 6:53 PM #

    “Though most of you are probably tech savvy enough to know this information, I figured, after I stupidly getting my dingy old phone stolen yesterday, I’ll make a post about phone tracking. As many of you insufferable iPhone owners know, you have Find My iPhone to track your lost phone if needed.

    Android phones also have a similar feature called Android Devise Manager. So, if your phone ever goes missing, all you have to do is go to, log into the gmail account associated with your phone, and let it locate your phone. Then, if your local police are super helpful like the Barbados police were this morning, you can lead them to your phone’s location, set off your ringer from the devise manager (this works even when it’s on silent), and, if all goes well, watch them escort the lovely person who took your phone back to the police station.

    You can also lock your phone or completely erase it if necessary using the devise manager. Mostly I use it when I lose my phone between the couch cushion, but today, it’s the best invention ever.”

    Kudos to the Barbados Police Force. ..when this numbskull picked up a phone that did not belong to him, instead of turning it in so the owner can retrieve it, he decided to parade around with it until he was tracked and the cops caught him with the phone….lol….the moral of this story….when ya find a cellphone, turn it in to the police, the phones not only come with GPS locators…but they can take ya photo and identify you…lol


  12. David September 5, 2016 at 7:06 PM #


  13. Well Well & Consequences September 5, 2016 at 7:20 PM #

    That was a brutal execution, so the idiots dont know that business houses set up cameras, everyone has cellphones…..and they will be found and imprisoned for so cruelly murdering that man, they are dangerous and need to be taken off the streets….dead or alive.


  14. Well Well & Consequences September 5, 2016 at 8:13 PM #

    The destructiveness of gun violence, the authorities on the island thinks it’s a joke and refuse to eliminate the bribery and corruption that breeds the drug and gun running.,..when it reaches the point where it gets really out of cintrol, then they will want to pretend they are doing something….then it will be too late.., it’s getting there now.

    There will come a time when the killings will be so senseless that people become numb.


  15. Colonel Buggy September 5, 2016 at 11:58 PM #


  16. Colonel Buggy September 6, 2016 at 12:06 AM #

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  17. Well Well & Consequences September 6, 2016 at 3:21 AM #

    That’s exactly the goal both governments are aiming for when they refuse to eradicate the corruption, bribery and crimes…they are trying to build more prisons.

    The island is too small for excuses….technology too available.


  18. de pedantc Dribbler September 6, 2016 at 5:43 AM #

    Good one there at 12:06 AM, Col B.

    One missing piece of that data pie is an analysis of the number of UWI lawyers who have been indicted or shamed for corrupt/illegal practices who are NOT at Dodds compared to the % of crooks from other professional vocations who have been also so identified. A male/female breakdown would be interesting too of course.

    WW&C has sung this tune forever, but yet the almost complete bile from the Bajan legal fraternity (notwithstanding the integrity of the Cumberbatchs of our legal landscape) is too insidious to ‘stomach’ and it’s necessary for regular spittle in order to clear the taste.


  19. Artaxerxes September 6, 2016 at 7:01 AM #

    Well Well & Consequences September 6, 2016 at 3:21 AM #

    “That’s exactly the goal both governments are aiming for when they refuse to eradicate the corruption, bribery and crimes…they are trying to build more prisons.”

    @ WW&C

    Michael Carrington is challenging the media to reveal the names of politicians who have dealings with criminals. And this challenge is coming from Carrington who willfully with-held his former client’s property for a number of years.

    The Speaker knows the main stream media is spineless and weak when it comes to exposing individuals from certain sections of the Barbadian society. The media, especially the Advocate and CBC, gave him a “free pass” relative to issue between him and former client Griffiths.

    Despite having the necessary evidence, the Nation refused to expose Denis Lowe and no media house bothered to investigate the conflict of interest allegations leveled at him and Michael Lashley.

    However, if John Browne from Deacons Farm found himself in trouble with the law, the Nation would take delight in dedicating 2 pages to publish, in chronological order, his alleged crimes and events leading to his arrest, as well as interviews conducted with relatives and friends.

    Michael Carrington should throw that challenge out to BU.

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  20. Bush Tea September 6, 2016 at 7:02 AM #

    @ Colonel B
    Those of us with eyes to see predicted this (inevitable) result when Barbados followed the advice of idiots to pursue co-education.
    There is a way that SEEMS right to mankind, but the end thereof is the way of death and destruction…


  21. Well Well & Consequences September 6, 2016 at 8:58 AM #

    Lol….Art…the media dont have the balls, but I would tell Carrington to his face, that the first vicious criminal Fruendel is associating with….is him….and I will, next time he sees me anywhere and breathes down my neck like he did last year his hit breathe was all on my neck…had to shift my body to get away from that fraud.

    Here is where bajans need to use their digital devices more and take photos of the government ministers, politicians and white collar criminals when they see them in public places holding their meetings.

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  22. lawson September 6, 2016 at 1:52 PM #

    get a Pilipino prime minister the trouble will soon end


  23. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right - INRI September 6, 2016 at 2:55 PM #

    @ Lawson

    A phillipino prime ministera and the Fumbling One that we have are no different.

    Duerte has enabled extra judicial killings and released the vigilante mind sets across his country which gives license to every man woman and child to affirm that any citizen whom one ascribes drug dealer status, is meat for the bugs which will eat this imminent carcass

    What Fumbles and his Fecundities has done is to enable a similar phenomena where our killers are the taxes, the cost of living, the stress, the unemployment, the inability to eke out a living which, the last time that I checked seems to be killing we like flies.

    By the way, now that Duerte has opened that Pandora box, how will he be able to close it?


  24. Well Well & Consequences September 6, 2016 at 3:15 PM #

    Lol….Lawson….that Filipino dude dint take prisoners….he is killing them


  25. de pedantic Dribbler September 6, 2016 at 3:33 PM #

    @Pieces, the real deep philosophy of a Duerte is the absolute weariness of the ‘populi’. This gent adopted this same ‘kill all drug dealers’ attitude when he was mayor of a Philippine city and his fellow citizens have despite that elevated him to the presidency.

    They…we all are so weary!!!

    So your question is well posed indeed…who closes this Pandora’s box of citizens tired of political lies and gamesmanship and looking in all the wrong places for all the right solutions!!!

    In very fundamental ways Duerte is Trump. How many times has the latter leader called Obama a vile name or tapped Merkel with some undiplomatic retort; vowed to bomb entire villages (ISIS and all others besides) to oblivion … same personality.

    The folks in the US are also p’ed off with the BS games and were it not for Trump’s insane foot-in-mouth narcissism we would all be bracing for the horrors from his presidential Pandora’s box. In fact, who knows, we still might! He is stuck under 40% popularity but one more surprise to his good and he can squeak home.


  26. lawson September 6, 2016 at 5:00 PM #

    people may be weary enough to give up some of their rights to eradicate this crap. Freeze off an area the army and police go door to door searching for weapons if caught with any mandatory time. The street will be littered with them


  27. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right INRI September 6, 2016 at 5:48 PM #

    @ Lawson

    A thing that I have learnt about Bajans over the years is, be they black or white, we are a frightened bunch of people.

    If one man had a gun with six bullets that single man can hold 1000 in fact 5000 Balkans at bay since we got that mentality that fears for life and it’s loss.

    And I am not talking about healthy self preservation I am talking about fear as in “I don’t want to stop breathing” which is subtly different from “I do not want to die”

    We are going to be like Jamaica soon with its murder rate make worse by the fact that we can’t run anywhere, the rock too small.

    Watch how quickly we going invest in the technology of deterrence, the wiretapping devices, the telephony interceptors, the long range wold ears, the articulating night vision exterior cameras yet, even though it costs less AND AFFORD MORE OF OUR CITIZENS THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE WORTHWHILE CONTRIBUTORS TO THE WHOLE, the other pathways to progress that facilitate that, WILL NOT BE PURSUED.

    This is best exemplified by Mugabe putting US $236 million into Edutech as opposed to US$20 million into our 10 best secondary schools and creating a pilot with a limited scope objective od creating1000 programmers at the end of 3 years.

    Dat be too small brother Lawson and the bribe money to Illuminate and make our Arms Stronger was not worth the time plussing we doan want no 1000 Bajans a real programmers anyways for such would affect the status quo

    Cum leh we wuk up and have a good time…


  28. Well Well & Consequences September 6, 2016 at 6:10 PM #

    It is tiresome that the authorities can have access…if they so desire, to cameras, scanners, facial recognition…all the technology available to use on a tiny rock to either eliminate or greatly reduce the current threats to the island…but they do not want to….the government and authorities are the problems, they do not want the bribery and corruption or crimes and violence to end.


  29. Artaxerxes September 6, 2016 at 6:20 PM #

    Well Well & Consequences September 6, 2016 at 8:58 AM #

    “Lol….Art…the media dont have the balls, but I would tell Carrington to his face, that the first vicious criminal Fruendel is associating with….is him….and I will, next time he sees me anywhere and breathes down my neck like he did last year his hit breathe was all on my neck…had to shift my body to get away from that fraud.”

    @ WW&C

    You forgot:

    Richard Byer who charged Caves of Barbados $766,855.24 as legal fees to give an opinion on a loan, against the background of another lawyer charging $17,000 for providing a similar service.
    Leroy Parris of CLICO fame.


  30. Well Well & Consequences September 6, 2016 at 7:44 PM #

    The gun violence will bite the ministers hard for allowing these types of thefts of taxpayer’s money….their retribution is right around the cirner, I just hope they can handle karma when she comes knocking….Art.


  31. Hopi September 6, 2016 at 9:26 PM #

    @Well well

    “Hopi…I know you mean well, but the reality on the ground on the island, is really beyond you.”

    I don’t only mean well. I do well also.

    R U serious? Is the reality on the ground in Barbados beyond you? Is that what you taught your children? Do you think the problem solvers in this world possess that silly simplistic mindset?

    No wonder Barbados continues to devolve with this level of thinking. Gossip Gossip Gabba Blabba!


  32. Colonel Buggy September 6, 2016 at 11:02 PM #

    There is no doubt that this Government and its present crop of MP’s have let the people down, and many, like those in Jamaica, Mexico and parts of South America are now turning to the Drug dealers among them, for help and support. These drug dealers are daily faces in the community, the Members of Parliament are 5-yearly faces, and some do not even bother to show their faces,at election time , but send along their deputies.
    In yesterdays Nation on the topic of the shooting of an alleged drug lord at Warrens ,we read-

    ” While shocked ,the unnamed residents said they were hoping that the police would catch the culprits who killed the man who was a friend to all in the community.
    ………..he was a man that would help anybody . Anybody that didn’t even know him would just walk off the road and say they have a bill to pay or needed food to eat, because they were hungry. He would help everybody ,” the resident said.
    He added that the taxi man would be missed not only in the community but across the region.
    What an indictment on those we have elected to represent us.

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  33. Colonel Buggy September 6, 2016 at 11:21 PM #

    lawson September 6, 2016 at 5:00 PM #
    Do agree with you. Following intelligence pertaining to specific locations, a pre dawn morning Cordon and Search exercise is one way to bite into this illegal gun problem.
    But this will never come about in Barbados, the Police and the Defence Force may be capable and willing to conduct such an operation, but not so with the politicians, who are more interested in securing an “X”, more so than an illegal XT-97.
    The Police are still to this hampered by a former Attorney-General’s announcement that stopping and checking motor vehicles on our highways is illegal, and subsequent administration has done nothing to rectify this shortcoming.
    To say that we are jokers,is an insult to the Three Stooges.

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  34. Well Well & Consequences September 7, 2016 at 6:02 AM #

    “R U serious? Is the reality on the ground in Barbados beyond you? Is that what you taught your children? Do you think the problem solvers in this world possess that silly simplistic mindset?”

    Hopi…in that case, I anxiously await your Yakuza style mercenary group made up of Bajans only, going into Barbados and cleaning up the crime and corruption…..and arrest the government ministers and business people who are allowed to control the cash flow and are tgerefire complicit in all that is causing the island to sink….particularly those ministers who enable and condone the drug trafficking, money laundering, vote buying, human trafficking and gun running..,.you do that and I will take back every word I said.

    Girl…you dont want to meet my children…ya think I am difficult….lol


  35. Well Well & Consequences September 7, 2016 at 6:08 AM #

    Colonel…the island is very tiny…the authorities, Adriel Dimwit etc can find the IMPORTERS of those guns, but they do not want to.,…particularly if the gun importers are the ones funding both DBLP parties election campaigns, the governments would not wantthe police to touch those people, dont care how many bajans die from gun violence…it’s just talk and more talk coming from the government.


  36. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right - INRI September 7, 2016 at 12:45 PM #

    Enquiring Minds will wonder what will be the fate of these hit men one of whom lingered and did not shoot the victim as commifedly as the other three.

    De ole man will explain three motives rather considerations.

    In the introduction of this matter here on BU one adduced what subsequent postings in the news by anonymous residents who spoke to Rick Rick’s involvement and the reverence accorded his profession and community outreach.

    Turf War Consideration

    One is looking at the action of the first shooter, the styling and his action.

    Not the rest, who were seemingly “blooded” sorry, de ole man dating heself, “jumped in”.

    He led the attack.

    Can’t see his attire in detail on the low resolution video, his accoutrements, de bling, nor the brand gear, can’t see if he is a returnee, can’t see his pants/boxer exposure, can’t tell if he is *** or ***

    Identity Considerations

    If the action was orchestrated by the competitor or via instructions from higher uppers in the competitor realm then the fact that the members of the crew were seen and that their garb is known then there are some things that are of concern here.

    The first video posted DID NOT HAVE a “location stamp” which suggests disclosure by someone with access to the video as opposed to the police who, in their public statement, intimate that concern.

    Notwithstanding their stated desire to advise family members of the crime, any idiot would understand that securing public support at the earliest opportunity was critical to finding these gents while they seen wearing the same garb. Rather a public party who, having seen the guys previously or after the incident, in the same garb, would have had the images/descriptions more readily to mind

    So if the 4 of them were seen later that night together and they are known to a citizen, the public is more willing to expose the perps early into the gig as opposed to when time passes.

    But we talking RBPF not Scotland Yard.

    The enlarged pictures of the guys, albeit hazy (though an appropriate pixelation would have sufficed for the purpose of public awareness) a description of the car used by the perps, with a similitude would have sufficed to galvanize public interest even if not response

    But like I said before this is not Scotland Yard

    Catch 22 Consideration

    Lone Wolf Executions as opposed to groups hits bring with it the issue of “too many mouths to keep silent” as was evidenced with the Seal Team that killed bin Laden.

    Careless talk, in Barbados, or bajans’ gift to twist up dem mouf is multiplied by a factor of 16 between these 4 men cause dese bad boys, in order to gain respect in the gang gots to broadcast dem hit.

    That means that when they are caught, if they know the name of the big boy, he dun sell up de creek.

    So dem is liabilities so again, if dey doan want to go Rick, Rick route, dey would best get a meeting with Andrew Pilgrim and go to the police station, and confess cause dem is liabilities any which way dem look at it


  37. Well Well & Consequences September 7, 2016 at 1:05 PM #

    Those dude s were etremely coldblooded, maybe Hopi should hire likeminded youths on the island to clean up the crime ala Filipino president’s style.


  38. Well Well & Consequences September 9, 2016 at 9:46 AM #

    Now it has become an epidemic and negatively affecting children, now they want to admit to the very wide criminal distribution by whites and drug use, particularly heroin among the majority whites in the US.


  39. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right - INRI September 11, 2016 at 11:18 AM #

    While the article has died its usual death after the customary “9 days of wonder” there are some lingering matters that still “cloud the landscape” that many of the public, because 3? of the 4 suspected hitmen have been caught, are now disinterested.

    While the public is once more in their kiddie goat heaven, disinterested because they believe that the matter is “dun and gone” there are some things that concern certain elements.

    Item 1. The Phone Logs and SMS texts of ALL Parties

    While it should form the basis of ongoing investigations, like how it features in CSI Miami or one of the Hollywood genre, the phone call logs and SMSes that are on Rick Rick’s phone AS WELL AS the corresponding logs of other incoming and outgoing contacts will shed some light on the parties privy to, AND THOSE WHO ORCHESTRATED, the hit.

    People at varying levels in the Rick Rick ecosystem are shitting bricks today for varying reasons e.g. suppliers, the supplied, the setter(s) up, the hit team, both A & B and the snitches.

    Over the coming weeks people will see “the wrath of Khan” actions as it becomes clearer who the actors are.

    And just to think what “set it off” in the first place is causing all of this

    Some parts of this are “Columbo 101” so we can only hope that the enthusiasm and alacrity exercised with Nazzim Blackett’s family phone coverage, will similarly be afforded to the Hit.

    Other parts are somewhat more complex and complicated.

    Item 2.

    The first Article “Police accused of causing family rift… see which states “One family member is accusing the police of causing the rift by arresting one of Bryan’s relatives………they believed that Kistan Clarke was among the four men picked up by police last Wednesday in connection with the shooting death of Bryan.”

    As de ole man dun say, “4 shooters means 16 mouths” and nuff flax or “additions to the stories” being disseminated.

    and the other article

    “THERE IS CONFUSION today regarding the fate of a man whom police say is wanted, but his family maintains that cops had him in their custody since last Wednesday.

    Outsiders will follow the trail of the bodies that this will create and will hope, as do all of the general public, that the matter goes away and does not spill out into full fledged ***.

    That control can be done if the RBPF, being armed with intelligence of the HUMINT TYPE and common intelligence were to do “A”.

    Unfortunately, given story # 2 now we have introduced a variant into the equation that brings another layer which was best not introduced, but we are where we are.

    There is only one way to control this and that is by going back to the beginning of the matter and doing what equates to a Solomon i.e. “it shall neither be mine or thine.

    De ole man has serious doubt that de RBPF understand what the “King Solomon ruse” means and that is decidedly sad but, suffice it to say that either this matter is contained or “houston, we going have a real serious problem…” as wunna are already noticing.


  40. David September 11, 2016 at 11:26 AM #


    The matter is not dead. It is up to BU and like-minded contributors to to ensure that their contributions/comments are relevant and aligned to the realities at play in the society.


  41. de pedantic Dribbler September 11, 2016 at 11:52 AM #

    @Pieces, but why should this not die ” its usual death after the customary ‘9 days of wonder'”? The Blogmaster in his introduction rephrased the piece as follows: “When the the Government and Opposition come together to reduce the free flow of guns & drugs, tackle the money laundering and white-collar crimes, and bring the Defence Force out to help the Police in more patrols all over the country ……. then you could say Freundel and Mia getting serious about crime.”

    So what do you expect.

    Unfortunately too many of us have a relative or close friend (former, ideally) caught up in this ongoing crime spree of illegal activity. We want the nonsense controlled. Ended actually. Because the criminal relative may bring one of the guns used to shoot Rick and stash it at the home of his long-lived, well-respected great aunt.

    She ain’t know a thing and just happy to see the lad and hoping that he is listening to her and staying away from trouble.

    That old, respected civil servant, priest teacher or whomever would be completely aghast to know what her off-spring’s off-spring did as her children were not brought up that way.

    So my friend what do you expect? Short nine day wonder it is!

    This is a grave problem and we really want this to end. Lots of ‘decent’ people in all sorts of trouble…but like Mexico they just don’t know yet they will be paying the price. When you have a large family you always hope you don’t get one of those ‘bills’.


  42. de pedantic Dribbler September 11, 2016 at 11:55 AM #

    …. amendment: ‘off-spring’s off-spring’ or should that be ‘off-spring’s off-shoot’!


  43. David September 11, 2016 at 12:01 PM #

    There is the opportunity for someone out there in cyberland to assist BU in identifying who was the judge in the Ric Ric matter when he appeared before the Court. How about who was the judge for his son who was murdered. Not to forget the lawyers and any other judicial officers. There is a hunch BU is attempting to sniff out.


  44. David September 12, 2016 at 5:41 AM #

    Here is today’s Nation Newspaper editorial. > confront-guns-corruption

    Of course a picture of the face of the Attorney General emblazoned on today’s Nation frontpage does not inspire confidence.

    Don’t blame me!


  45. David September 12, 2016 at 8:58 AM #

    Here we go again. We can learn a thing or too from T&T. They have a bariffle of gun laws.

    Update gun laws


  46. David September 12, 2016 at 5:41 PM #


  47. ac September 12, 2016 at 6:09 PM #

    good job RBPF


  48. pieceuhderockyeahright September 14, 2016 at 2:42 PM #

    @ the Honourable Blogmaster.

    Your “hunch” is well founded

    Here is a thing to understand about these “disclosures ”

    The Who and the Who.

    The first who is who is it about?

    Depending on this the the second “who knows” prescribes the circle of people in the sanctum sanctorum

    An officer in the know will tell you what has happened but he will say “do not repeat this” because “so and so” I.e. not many people know and therefore if it comes out, he is at risk of getting his phone tapped, reassigned, demoted or set up.

    Now take for example this item

    “One man recaptured, three still wanted by police” see

    Now there are some things which underscore how illiterate the commendations of the Assinine Cretin are.

    Imagine that you put yourself at risk to give up a wanted criminal and these incompetent police let loose that criminal after talking bout de public are to be thanked.

    Honourable Blogmaster dem putting dat man tuh kill your donkey cause, in addition to letting he scvunt free, de fellah who leh he go going tell he who de snitch is and whaplax you scvunt lick up.

    Now if that had was happen in Murica dat officer or EM officers dat leh he go wud a been pun administrative leave but, and here is the thing dat de pooch licker AC nor Alvin Cummins ent going comment pun, is de fact dat nobody ent going get fired.

    Just a foolish question though.

    In the 50 years of Barbados’ Independence has there ever been one Drug Lord, arrested, tried and convicted?

    Whu dat wud mean dat we ent got no Drug Lords and Assange Wikileaks reports and US Embassy remarks is lies.


  49. pieceuhderockyeahright September 14, 2016 at 3:09 PM #

    @ the Honourable Blogmaster.

    To secure that information regarding the judge and the various parties involved in the Rick Rick matter you have 1100 lawyers who have access to the court records and can ask a question for you.

    In fact that would be a way to test the legal parties who purport to be your friends or friends of the BU household.

    The test would confirm said party’s regard for you and also permit you to determine their access to and sleuthing around these legal matters.

    I tend to do that, put out a sprat to catch a fish, use the inconsequential to determine how committed they really are to the cause.

    Whu after all what is it going to cost them?

    Anyone in the Court registry can secure that information as well, as well as officers in the DPP office


  50. Colonel Buggy September 14, 2016 at 3:14 PM #



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